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Aleksandra Bednarek

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Ola Bednarek getting ready for the Wörthersee Swim Austria event in 2021
Aleksandra Bednarek was voted as the 2018 World Open Water Swimming Woman of the Year, nominated by the World Open Water Swimming Association
Aleksandra Bednarek was voted as the 2018 World Open Water Swimming Woman of the Year, nominated by the World Open Water Swimming Association
Aleksandra Bednarek after crossing the Catalina Channel on 27 August 2018

Aleksandra Ewa Bednarek (or Aleksandra Bednerek or Ola Bednarek or Olcia Bednarek) is a 21-year-old Polish open water swimmer and winter swimmer from Bydgoszcz, Poland who represents the Polish Ogrodnik Team.

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2018 World Open Water Swimming Woman of the Year Nomination

Aleksandra Bednarek is hot in a cold community. The 20-year-old Polish swimmer from Łódź who represents the Polish Ogrodnik Team set two International Winter Swimming Association world records at the 2018 Winter Swimming World Championships in Tallinn, Estonia with 524 points. Her world records include the 50m breaststroke (46.89) and 200m breaststroke (4:00.54). Her age group records include the 100m breaststroke (1:26.21). For her dominating breaststroke performances on the International Winter Swimming World Cup circuit, for her range and versatility in swimming fast in the cold water, and for representing the Polish Ogrodnik Team, her region and Poland very well in Latvia, Russia, United Kingdom, China, Sweden, and Estonia in a fast-growing sport, Aleksandra Bednarek of Poland is a worthy nominee for the 2018 World Open Water Swimming Woman of the Year.

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